Remember those awkward teenage years? This week on the show, I’m chatting with YA author Paige Lavoie about her novel Confidence: Diary of an Invisible Girl. Plus comics. And Star Wars. And a whole lot more. Check out this great show and don’t forget to comment.
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I’m back on my feet after two months of that crappy cough that was going around. I had it twice. Or probably never got rid of it the first time.
Was a long day of writing so my mind is fried. How to Square Your Grouper will be out soon. I’m off to bed. Go read a good book.
Did you catch the event on Facebook about Storming Area 51? The truth is out there and if enough people show, they can’t stop them all! This week, my guest is Alex C Gates who is part of a new anthology centered around a group of people storming area 51! We also talk book recommendations and his adorable doodle dog Stella. She’s got her own Instagram page and it’s well worth a follow.
Alex’s adorable Stella on Instagram. Check her out. @stellabagely_
This week, I continue my chat with Merri Maywether about her small town romance books. What’s it like to live in a town with no stoplights? What do her neighbors think about ending up in her books? Just like last week, lots of laughs.
Find her at her website: https://merrimaywether.com/
My blog when I lived in Key West:http://twistofkeylime.blogspot.com/
Some NSFW photos from the Fantasy Fest posts.
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This week, I’m chatting with best selling romance author Jami Albright. You’ll be impressed and awed by what she did multiple times, to make her writing dream come true. I get nauseous just thinking about it.
Did you catch last week’s show? Anyone hook their library card to their Amazon account? Don’t forget to keep track of when those books are due.
It’s the rainy season here in Florida. We’re not getting out to the beach much at all and I’m dying to do a turtle walk. What’s that, you ask?
It’s nesting season for Loggerhead sea turtles. March – Oct. While we still have plenty of time to catch one of these 250 ish pound ladies laying her eggs, I remember that last year I kept saying, oh there’s time. And I never went. I’m not missing out this year.